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Come Help Us Design the Next Morse High - BRCTC!

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Background

The building needs of Morse High School are currently being addressed through a major capital construction project supported by the state. This project was initiated when Morse was placed on the Approved Construction Projects List by the State Board of Education in the spring of 2014.

Where We Are Now

·      The Wing Farm location within the City of Bath has been chosen
as the site, and the Design phase has begun.

·      The School Concept and Site Concept design activities will take place simultaneously with the on-going site application.

·      Engage the communities to define what portions of the project may be supported as “locally-funded” to enhance the State funded portions of the project.

We are actively enlisting the public’s suggestions as we build our new school for the 21st century.  We will be holding community meetings from January to June 2017 and inviting your input.  ALL ARE WELCOME!  The more of us involved, the better the project will be.  Thank you, we can’t do it without YOU!

The Building Project website page is updated with the latest developments and schedule of Building Committee and Building Sub-Committee meetings.  You may also provide us your input on our dedicated Community Feedback section of our Project web page.

CLICK HERE to access our Building Project Web Page!

 





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Who we are

Bath Regional Career and Technical Center is a technical high school located in Bath, Maine. The school offers nine Career and Technical Education courses to students enrolled at Morse High School, Boothbay Region High School, Lincoln Academy, and Wiscasset Middle High School.

BRCTC programs offer students applied learning experiences, dual enrollment college opportunities, and industry recognized certification testing. BRCTC has adopted national and/or state industry skills standards in each program, preparing students to enter a trade or continue their education in a post-secondary program after graduation.